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This course is designed to provide the students with the skills and understanding of HVAC building controls as well as motors & controls of all other systems. This program helps the HVAC technician, electrician or the facilities maintenance technician understand and troubleshoot all modern state of the art building systems.
This course is the 30 hours of refrigeration code that a student needs to complete the requirements to sit for their HVACR license exam. This class is not only required by the state but it is also a good review for the license exam.
After holding a Second Class Fireman's license for six months, students are eligible to take the First Firemen's test. After holding a First Class Firemen's license for one year, students are eligible to sit for the Third Class Engineer's license.
This is a beginner, entry level course designed for the electrical apprentice or plant mechanic that wants to learn more about the electrical industry. This course covers trouble shooting and repair with hands-on residential training.
This course is designed to teach students the fundamentals of commercial and industrial refrigeration within the framework of EPA rules and regulations. Students will learn different types of servicing procedures, state of the art refrigerant throughout a systems cycle, a review of Ohms Law and electrical circuit drawings. Upon completion of this course,...